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Honarable service and stewardship of the Army profession
1. What is Honorable Service?
A: Our Noble Calling to Serve the Nation.
2. What are three ways we conduct Honorable Service?
A: 1. Serve the nation.
2. Uphold the Army Ethic.
3. By living the Army Values in the performance of duty and all aspects of life.
3. How do we serve the nation?
A: by supporting and defending the constitution in a way that upholds the rights and interests of the American people.
4. How do we strengthen our commitment to honorable service?
A: by living the Army Values in the performance of duty and all aspects of life.
5. What are the stewardship responsibilities of our Leaders and Soldiers?
A: 1. Ensure we take the right actions and make the right decisions.
2. Care for Army Professionals and Families.
3. Motivate and inspire.
6. What is the purpose to motivate and Inspire?
A: To ensure that the conduct of Army Professionals and organizations is in accordance with the Army Ethics.
7. What are four foundations for the framework for Army ethics?
A: 1. Legal Institutional.
2. Legal Individual.
3. Moral Institutional.
4. Moral Individual.
8. What are some of the legal institutional references?
A: 1. The Constitution.
2. Title 5, 10, 26 of U.S. Code.
3. Treaties of which the U.S is party to.
4. Status of Forces Agreement (SOFA).
5. Law of Armed Conflict.
9. What are some of the legal individual references?
A: 1. Oath of Commission, Enlistment or Office..
2. U.S. Code Standards of Exemplary Conduct.
4. Rules of Engagement.
5. Soldiers Rules.
10. What are some of the moral institutional foundations?
A:1. The U.S. Declaration of Independence.
2. Just War Tradition.
3. Trust Relationships of the Profession.
11. What are some of the moral individual foundations?
A: 1. Universal Norms: Basic Rights & Golden Rules.
2. Values Creeds and Motto’s: “Duty Honor Country”; NCO Creed; Civilian Creed; Soldier’s Creed; Warrior Ethos; Seven Army Values.
12. What is our noble calling to serve the nation?
A: Devotion to Duty and conduct of mission in a manner consistent with the Army Ethic and Army Values.
13. As stewards of the profession how should we care for our Army professionals and families?
A: 1. Creation of open, inclusive, positive climates that support personal and professional growth for all members of Army Family.
2. The Promotion of Save Respectful environments where all persons are valued and unethical conduct is Not Tolerated.
3. Reinforce trust and enhance esprit de corps.
14. What are some of the ways we commit to “Stand Strong”?
A: 1. By upholding the Army Ethic.
2. Through consistent demonstration of competence, character and commitment in order to reinforce Trust.
3. By setting the example, preventing misconduct, and doing what is right to stop unethical practices.
15. What is competence?
A: Demonstrated ability to perform duties successfully and to accomplish the mission with discipline and to standard.
16. What is character?
A: Dedication to adherence to the Army Values and the Profession’s Ethics.
17. What is commitment?
A: Resolve to contribute Honorable Service to the Nation, to perform duties with discipline and to standard and to strive to successfully.
18. What five essential characteristics must be present in our culture, organizations, and all internal and external relationships in order for the Army to continue to be an effective, ethical, and trusted military profession?
A: 1. Trust.
2. Military Expertise.
3. Honorable Service.
4. Esprit de Corps.
5. Stewardship of the Profession.
19. What is Trust?
A: Is the bedrock upon which we develop our relationship with the American people and is a vital element in each of the other characteristics.
20. Where is it most necessary for us to maintain Trust?
A: 1. Between Soldiers.
2. Between Leaders and Soldiers.
3. Between Soldiers and Army Civilians.
4. Between Soldiers, their Families and the Army.
21. What is military expertise as a profession?
A: The design, generation, support, and ethical application of landpower.
22. What is military-technical?
A: How the Army applies landpower to accomplish the mission.
23. What is moral-ethical?
A: How the Army accomplishes the mission the right way.
24. What is political-cultural?
A: How the Army understands and operates in a multi-cultural, complex world.
25. What is human leader development?
A: How the Army recruits, develops, and inspires Army professionals.
26. What is Esprit de Corps?
A: The winning Spirit within the Army Profession, embedded in the culture, sustained by traditions and customs, fostering cohesive and confident units with the courage to persevere.
27. What is stewardship of the Army profession about?
A: Our special responsibilities to the Army Profession and to the American people.
28. As stewards and Army professionals what are we responsible for?
A: 1. responsible and duty-bound to not only complete today’s mission, but also those of the future.
2. We must ensure our profession is always capable of fulfilling whatever missions our Nation gives us.
3. We have the responsibility to ensure, through stewardship, the present and future effectiveness of the profession.
29. What is an Army professional?
A: A member of the Army Profession who meets the Army’s professional certification criteria (competence, character, and commitment).
30. What is Competence?
A: An Army professional’s demonstrated ability to successfully perform their duties and to accomplish the Mission with discipline and to standard.
31. What is Character?
A: An Army professional’s dedication and adherence to the Army Values, and the Profession’s Ethic as consistently and faithfully demonstrated in decisions and actions.
32. What is Commitment?
A: The resolve of Army professionals to contribute Honorable Service to the Nation, to perform their duties with discipline and to standards, and to strive to successfully and ethically accomplish the mission despite adversity, obstacles, and challenge.